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Sept 21st: Ocean Geographic Pictures of the Year 2016/17 Pascal Award

I’ve been honored to have the Ocean Geographic Pictures of the year, new u/w contest 2016/17, naming one of the categorie THE PASCAL LECOCQ AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT, along side the legendaries Ernie Brooks , David Doubilet and Jennifer Hayes Undersea Images, Eric Bettens, Stan Waterman , Ron and Valerie Taylor, Stephen Frink , Alex Mustard, Michael Aw and others.
7. Creative Vision – the Pascal Lecocq Award for Outstanding Achievement
We are looking for unique, surprising, artistic interpretations of the ocean. It may be intertidal or from the surface, abstract or ambiguous, but has to be executed to exacting photographic techniques. We will be looking for a distinct, well thought out process, originality and an attempt to convey a greater understanding of our watery planet. Code: (CV)
Prizes (TBD)
Call all my UW friends (and I have tons here) for your AMAZING Pictures, Videos & Storie:http://ogpicoty.ogsociety.org/
Thanks Michael Aw, Wildlife photographer, Author, Founder Ocean Geographic, Senior Fellow International League of Conservation Photographers, Fellow – Explorers Club, www.michaelaw.com (pic below at MIDE 2014, Kuala Lumpur)

 

 

Oct 27th – World Underwater Festival, Marseille

Marseille, France, World Underwater Festival.

I can’t make this year the World Underwater Festival in Marseille, France, but I will be almost there!

Filmmaker Nath Lasselin will show in contest her video:

“Le Peintre du Bleu Immergé”, Thursday Oct 27th, salle Spondylia, around 9 pm.

If you can’t attend !, click bellow to see the movie of my underwater exhibition in Quebec, Aquart festival 2010.

Shoot during the AQUART Festival 2010, Quebec.
See on my news the exhibitions at Thetford-MinesGarrison, the permanent exhibitionand the making of the Sphere

More about the film director Nathalie

 

October 27-30: Marseille, World Underwater Film festival

Oct 27- 30 World Underwater Film festival Marseille

Pascal's show in 2010

Marseille, Underwater Pictures Festival,
Oct 29- Nov 2, 2010

Pasca is exhibiting for the 16th year at the show, 57 pieces including 14 new oil on canvas. Booth #67.

A traditional opening with a glass of “pommeau” should be held Friday at 5:30 pm, with music by Bernard Abeille and the Festival orchestra !

We’ll introduce the last issue of Australian magazine “OCEAN GEOGRAPHIC”, published by Michaël Aw, with a huge portfolio of 9 of my paintings under the nice title “Dreams in Blue Canvas” . (Preview, check online my previous 21 portfolios published in magazines worlwide ).

We should be able to preview the last video by filmmaker NATHALIE LASSELIN (which movie Héen Táak is in competition here) : “Le Peintre du Bleuhttp://www.pascal-lecocq.com.Immergé ” (The Painter of Bluehttp://www.pascal-lecocq.com.Immersed) shooted during my exhibitions in lakes in Quebec and Saint-Lawrence River in August and September.

The Festival is taking place for the second successive year at the Palais du Pharo in Marseille, October 27 to 31st, 2010.

Schedule:
Wednesday October 27th from 02.00 PM to 00.00 AM
Thursday 28th, Friday 29th and Saturday 30th of October
from 09.00 AM to 00.00 AM from 10.00 AM to 08.00 PM
Sunday October 31st, from 10.00 AM to 08.00 PM

More infos

with Michael AW, october 2010 Pascal's show, Marseille 2010
 

Great Opening with Bernard Abeille, Kurt Amslerhttp://www.pascal-lecocq.com., october 2010 Pascal's show, Marseille 2010
 

with Jean-Michael Cousteau, october 2010 with Film director Nathalie Lasselin, Pascal's show, Marseille 2010
 

with A.Fuchs and Bill Todd, of Nasa, Pascal's show, Marseille 2010 Great Opening with Bernard Abeille, Kurt Amslerhttp://www.pascal-lecocq.com., october 2010
 

with the President of the Festival Ph.Valette, october 2010 with H.Hordosh, of Seacam, Pascal's show, Marseille 2010 with Filmmaker Christian Petron, october 2010
 

october 2010 Pascal's show, Marseille 2010
 

october 2010 with composer Eric bettens, Pascal's show, Marseille 2010
 

the Japanese delegation, october 2010 the Subal team, Pascal's show, Marseille 2010
 

october 2010 Pascal's show, Marseille 2010

 

Antibes Underwater Festival

Antibes, Underwater Pictures Festival,
Oct 24-28, 2007
Pascal’s 15th Personal exhibition at the Underwater Film Festival in Antibes with all new paintings and limited edition prints.

New location at the Marineland.
More infos

Legendary Scott Carpenter, sixth astronaut in the space (1962), visits the show as an avid divers

Of course, Bernard Abeille’s Band and famous “Pommeau” liquor fom Pascal’s French home were the stars of the Opening Party


Scott Carpenter and Bill Todd (Neemo project Nasa) with Pascal, pic by G.lecocq
Bernard Abeille, Gilles, Kurt Amsler, Camille Lusardi,Hervé Giorgi, Slava during Pascal's opening party, pic by G.lecocqFilmaker Christian Petron, Painter Andre Laban, former director of the show Pierre Coton with Pascal Lecocq, pic by G.lecocq, Antibes 2007


pic by H.Giorgi, Antibes 2007

Scott Carpenter and Pascal, pic by G.lecocq
Show President Ph.Valette with Mrs and M.Bill Todd, pic by G.lecocqJapan Underwater Festival president T.Emoto, pic by G.Lecocq
European President of OWU Scholarship E.Leech, pic by G.lecocqH.Hordosh (Seacam housing) and Russian journalist S.Muraschina, pic by G.Lecocq
with author Pierre Brocchi and bookseller B.Fenet, pic by G.lecocqPascal with Israeli publisher D.Pilosof, pic by G.Lecocq
Pascal with journalist Ph.Montay, pic by G.lecocqwith award winning Belgian filmaker Danny Belle, pic by G.Lecocq
with Austrian UW photograph S.Reiter, pic by G.lecocqWith B.Sutterer (Kinetics housing, wearing a Pascal's watch!), pic by G.Lecocq
with Russian Movie Festival President E.Gushina, pic by G.lecocqneighbour and friend M.Warren!, pic by G.Lecocq
Russian photographer Slava joins the Band, pic by G.lecocqH.Giorgi joins the band!, pic by G.Lecocq
with journalist A.Fuchs, pic by G.lecocqPascal with uw photographer Pascal Kobé, pic by G.Lecocq
Pascal with Maurice Leandri, from Calypso and Le Monde du Silence, pic by G.Lecocq

 

World Underwater Festival (France)

ANTIBES ALPES MARITIME, FESTIVAL MONDIAL DE L’IMAGE SOUS-MARINE. port Vauban,
October 25th – 29th, 2006
Pascal’s 14th Personal exhibition at the Underwater Film Festival in Antibes with all new paintings and limited edition prints.

See last year exhibition in Antibes 2005

New location in the Pré aux Pêcheurs / Antibes Vauban Port, under a huge 6,000 m² tent, a “luxurious camping” including two show rooms (Spondylus : 800 places and Spondylia : 300 places) and 4,000 m² for exhibition.

Pascal's exhibition Antibes 2006, pic G.Lecocq Opening pascal Lecocq exhibition with B.Abeille and the orchester of the Antibes Festival 2006, pic T.Emoto
Pascal Lecocq with Ukrainian uw  young photographers,  exhibition Antibes 2006, pic G.Lecocq Antibes Festival 2006, with M.Masuda, pic T.Emoto

Finally, the underwater version of the Isle of the Dead by Pascal is done!

Based on the Böcklin’s lost version and mixed with his actual marine theme, and many hidden symbols, Pascal offers his 12th painting about his favorite masterpiece. (Pascal is the founder and webmaster of the web encyclopedia Toteninsel.net).
He got the idea from the tragedy of the Kursk in Aug 2000, thinking to an homage to the crew by painting a cemetery of submarines as an elephants’ graveyard, and warning about the ecological disaster of such nuclear submarines dumped in the ocean.
French title: “La Chair quitte les eaux” is a pun between “Body escaping from waters” and “The flesh cleaving from the bones”.
Better pics will be edited soon with details of the diver escaping from the graveyard, the five sunk submarines, the shroud and garland.

Painting, oil on canvas, 81×100 cm, will be unveiled at the World Underwater Pictures Festival in Antibes (France), Oct 25-29.

Pascal Lecocq's u/w version of The Isle of the dead

Pour la quatorzième fois au Festival, le peintre du Bleu présente ses dernières créations dans lesquelles son personnage fétiche et unique de plongeur poursuit ses aventures aquatiques, humoristiques et écologiques.
Des aventures qui le mènent de par le monde à travers les principales manifestations de la plongée (Las Vegas, West Palm Beach, Paris, Chicago, Honolulu, New York, Fort Lauderdale, Key Largo), et dans les galeries qui le représentent (TPM à Houston, Deep Ecology à Hawaii, Fishhouse Art Center de Stuart, Serendipity à West Palm Beach).

Nul doute qu’un « vernissage au pommeau normand » aura lieu encore cette année au son de l’orchestre de Bernard Abeillehttp://www.pascal-lecocq.com.
Sur d’autres thèmes, Pascal participe également aux expositions internationales de peintres fantastiques avec des œuvres surréalistes, symboliques et visionnaires présentées sous le titre « Inner Eye » à la Gallery Interart de New York, la Galleria Venere de Vezzano (Italie) et la Lofthouse Galerie de Rosshaupten/Burgau (Allemagne).

Notons déjà que l’an prochain, Pascal fêtera 30 ans d’expositions de ses oeuvres auxquelles le Salon de la Plongée à Paris consacrera en janvier 2007 une rétrospective de plus de 150 tableaux.

Pascal's exhibition Antibes 2006, pic G.Lecocq

 

Oct 26-30 World Underwater Festival

ANTIBES, FESTIVAL MONDIAL DE L’IMAGE SOUS-MARINE. Palais des Festivals,
October 26- 30. Pascal’s 13th Personal exhibition at the Underwater Film Festival in Antibes with all new paintings and limited edition prints.

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Lotte Hass, Hans Hass and  Pascal Lecocq at Pascal's opening in Antibes 2005, pic by J.Protta
Albert Falco and Pascal Lecocq at Pascal's opening in Antibes 2005, pic by J.Protta
Pascal's opening in Antibes 2005, pic by Su Reiter Christian Petron and Pascal in Antibes 2005, pic by G.Clamens
Lotte Hass, Hans Hass at Pascal's opening in Antibes 2005, pic by J.Protta<
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Bill Todd and  Pascal Lecocq at Pascal's opening in Antibes 2005, pic by J.Protta<

 
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